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Visiting Shasta area Labor day weekend

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Visiting Shasta area Labor day weekend

My husband and I are planning a long weekend trip to Mt Shasta area during the Labor day holiday. We are looking for an area to hike and bike, see beauty nature and stay at an accommodation close to a town so that we can go out to eat and have a drink at the local pub. Any suggestions on where we should go and stay?

Thanks!

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1. Re: Visiting Shasta area Labor day weekend

There are several hotels in Mt. Shasta, but I can't think of the names of them. I think there's even a resort on Lake Siskiyou. By bumping this up, maybe someone else will see it and give you hotel and trail info. There used to be a couple of really good homestyle Italian restaurants there - Mike & Tony's and the Piedmont, but I'm not sure if they're still there or the quality is still as good as it used to be.

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The resort on Lake Siskiyou is nice. Not fancy or anything, but really clean & very quiet. The rooms are stand alone little units with the lake right behind. It's not really my type of lake for swimming, but I'm finicky. If it is not Tahoe or the Smith River it looks murky to me (;. The resort is right on the road to Castle Lake & hiking & just a little drive to town. I don't remember if this is the type of place you get daily maid service. That doesn't bother me as we are always really neat anyway & I like to reuse towels, etc.. The BestWestern TreeHouse is nice too. It's an easy walk downtown.

Edited: 4:25 pm, July 15, 2012
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My kids always call it the Piedmont but it's really Piemont. Serves lots of food. Like Mike and Tony's it's been there a loooong time. You can't really walk to the Piemont though it's out on Mt Shasta Blvd.

The Billy Goat Tavern might be of interest to you:

http://www.thegoatmountshasta.com/

The Wayside Grill

http://www.waysidegrill.com/

Or Mexican food at Casa Ramos

http://casaramos.net/

We like Lilly's for brunch

http://www.lilysrestaurant.com/

If you want to be really close to the main part of Mt Shasta you couild look into staying somewhere along Mt Shasta Blvd.

http://www.mtshastainn.com/MTI/Welcome.html

http://www.strawberryvalleyinn.com/

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Good catch Suzie - I knew it was Piemont , but totally forgot - haven't been there in probably 20 years, but we went there frequently when I was a kid living in Dunsmuir and Klamath Falls in 50's/60's and I think we always called it Piedmont too. Should hit that area more often!

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A bit south of town is the Swiss Holiday Lodge. It's an older property, but has always been well maintained. Rooms are small, basic, and very clean. We used to stay there every year visiting friends in the area. We were last there a year ago and it was still nice. The price is right versus the prices of the places 'in town'. The room have a beautiful view of Mt Shasta out the back window.

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Thank you all for your recommendations. You have given me a lot of information!

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